Vibrant Gujarat

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Vibrant Gujarat is the name given to a biennial investors' summit held by the government of Gujarat in Gujarat, India. The event is aimed at bringing together business leaders, investors, corporations, thought leaders, policy and opinion makers; the summit is advertised as a platform to understand and explore business opportunities in the State of Gujarat.[citation needed]

2003[edit]

The 2003 Global Investors' Summit was held coinciding with the Navratri festival[1] where a total of 76 memoranda of understanding (MOUs) worth USD 14 billion were signed.

This is true in general for all the states and true for India as single investment center. Still with this Gujarat get approximately 25% of India's investment.[2]

2005[edit]

The 2005 Summit saw signing of 226 MOUs garnering an investment of USD 20 billion.

This is true in general for all the states and true for India as single investment center. Still with this Gujarat get approximately 25% of India's investment.[2]

2007[edit]

The Summit was held from January 12, 2007 to January 13, 2007, at Science City, Ahmedabad, with the main theme being the promotion of Gujurat's 33 special economic zones.[3] The summit was attended by industry majors like Tata, Birla, Reliance, Shell, General Motors, ICICI to name a few resulted in signing of 675 MOUs worth USD 152 billion.

2009[edit]

The Government of Gujarat organized the 4th Global Investors' Summit on 12–13 January 2009.

In 2009 8662 MOUs to the value of $241 billion were signed.

2011[edit]

Vibrant Gujarat 2011 Summit was held at Gandhinagar on 12–13 January 2011. It is to be held at a special site dedicated for Vibrant Gujarat named Mahatma mandir situated at Gandhinagar sector 13. About 7936 MoUs were signed worth $462 billion in the two days.[4]

2013[edit]

Vibrant Gujarat 2013 Summit was held for the second time in Gandhinagar on 12–13 January 2013 Mahatma mandir.[5] Besides Gujarat it will also host a Number of other Indian states Like Karnataka and Developed and Developing Countries like Mozambique, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan.[6]

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